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While Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and even Google Plus are popular social media outlets for communicating with our friends and family. LinkedIn is the only social outlet that offers potential for users to properly communicate our professional expertise to interested companies and agencies that are looking for new employees with our specific skill set. While we can always create posts and develop our about me page to include such details, there aren’t many ways to browse through users who have such experience with any great detail, especially due to privacy settings. LinkedIn was developed to change the way the world of professionals communicated and found each other. With the possibility of networking yourself across thousands of people, and following hundreds of brands and companies, you can now stay up to date on the latest job openings, while potential employers can add you as a connection on LinkedIn.

LinkedIn isn’t about  communicating to people if you’re single, or where you’re at during any given period, but allows you to boast about both your past and current positions, while going into great detail about what you did or do. Similar to a resume, you can post detailed information about your past education, your abilities, such as what software you might have experience with, and other areas of expertise that you have but may not be using in your current position.

Joining the LinkedIn Crowd:

When you join LinkedIn, the moment you fill out as much information as possible, is the moment you begin to develop your connections. You’ll find that people who work in the same industry or office as you often have their own LinkedIn page and will add you as a connection. This is the first step in building a network. While it may not seem like much, those who can view your current connections can also view your page, and add you. Additionally, they can send you a message prior to adding you to figure out if you’re interested in what they have to say or offer.

There are no photo albums on LinkedIn, so make sure to represent yourself in a manner that’s appropriate to those that would hire you. Pictures of you drinking with your buddies are less than ideal. Take the time to find a decent head shot of yourself for posting.

If you’re really looking for a social media network that could help you find a new job, consider LinkedIn. You’d be surprised how many professionals are looking for someone just like you.

Facebook Marketing:

Facebook Marketing

There are hundreds of millions of Facebook users around the world. Facebook is one of the only social media marketing outlets that has been known to decrease productivity in the workplace. So if people are spending time on Facebook, you should be as well. The key to a successful Facebook page is a variety of ingredients that need to tie together perfectly in order to appeal to the sensitive opinions of Facebook users.

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Google Plus Marketing:

Google Plus

Google Plus, like Facebook has the opportunity to grab a little bit bigger of the slice of social media pie that your business is after. While most businesses tend to ignore Google Plus due to its fractional amount of users, this can be a complete loss of additional revenue, while not requiring too much additional work from your normal social media efforts. Google leads the way across the board, so don't count them on on social media.

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Twitter Marketing:

Twitter Marketing

This social marketing tool is also an account that you may not be taking proper advantage of. Tweeting is an addiction to some, and following others tweets is an even greater addiction. You need to know what to say and how to say it in 140 characters to get through to the audience that you’re looking for. Fact is, that same audience is also looking for you. You just need the right social media marketing strategies in place to bring the two of you together.

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YouTube Video Marketing:

Youtube Marketing

YouTube – Users love video. Most businesses have taken the time only to create an account, and when it comes to content get completely stuck. Believe it or not, YouTube is a social media marketing tool, complete with comments, channels and subscribers. If you’re not utilizing YouTube, it’s most likely because you simply don’t know where to start. A successful YouTube page can be responsible for driving amazing volumes of traffic to your website.

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